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ABE VR awarded first ever BBFC age certification for Virtual Reality.
The BBFC has asserted its IP rights against an online music video channel.
The BBFC and CBBFC websites and the Customer Extranet may be unavailable for up to two hours from 6pm on Sunday 10 April.
From 31 March 2016, the BBFC will delegate to the Cinema Advertising Association (CAA) the regulation of all cinema advertisements in the UK.
New BBFC competition asks children what they want to know about a film's classification before they see it at the cinema or at home
A new competition is asking children to tell the BBFC what information they would like to see in long BBFCinsight on CBBFC.
David Austin (OBE) is the new Chief Executive (CEO) of the British Board of Film Classification.
The British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) Policy Director is Alexandra Evans.
David Cooke, Director of the British Board Of Film Classification (BBFC), will retire on 10 March 2016 following 12 years in post.
BBFC adds child-friendly long BBFCinsight to CBBFC to help families make informed viewing decisions together
As part of Safer Internet Day 2016, the BBFC is today launching a short video to promote new child-friendly long BBFCinsight, which is now available on the CBBFC website.
Research shows 85% of parents consider it important to have consistent classification on and offline